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Contact Information

Purdue University
575 Stadium Mall Dr. (RHPH 104)
West Lafayette
Indiana
47907
United States
Indiana

Program Application Deadline

December 01, 2020
No
$75
December 1, 2020

Program Description

The Dept. of Industrial & Physical Pharmacy (IPPH) at Purdue University provides academic & research opportunities for PhD students interested in pharmaceutics as a scientific career. Pharmaceutics is a discipline that encompasses the different areas of industrial pharmacy, including the development of small-molecule pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals, pharmacokinetics/biopharmaceutics, and physical pharmacy. The broad spectrum of research interests in one academic department, combined with research projects that integrate the physical, chemical and biological sciences, provides the PhD student with an unparalleled opportunity to work in an outstanding intellectual research environment. Over the years, students with undergraduate degrees in pharmacy, biochemistry, chemistry, chemical engineering, and the biological sciences have received their PhD degrees from the IPPH Department. The diverse academic and cultural backgrounds of our PhD students create a stimulating environment for personal as well as intellectual growth. We invite you to join us in our pursuit of excellence. The Dept. of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy is 1 of 3 departments within the College of Pharmacy. There are about 40 PhD students enrolled in the department. Postdoctoral research associates further enrich the department’s intellectual atmosphere. During the first semester on campus, each PhD student, with the support of the faculty, identifies a major professor from among the graduate faculty of the department. The curriculum of each PhD student is then determined jointly by the graduate student and his/her major professor. Each Plan of Study (POS) is designed to achieve the PhD student's overall educational objective. In addition to departmental courses, each PhD student's POS typically includes courses in physical, organic, and analytical chemistry, mathematics, statistics, biochemistry, and chemical engineering. One year of calculus at the undergraduate level is required.

Institution Information

Public
Yes
Fall

Degree Requirements

90
Not Required
Required
Required
Not Required
Required

Degree Information

On Campus
Biochemistry, Bioengineering, Biological Science, Biomedical Sciences, Biotechnology, Chemical Science, Drug Delivery, Drug Development, Industrial Pharmacy, Material Science, Nanoscience, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceutical Science, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacokinetics, Physical Science

Program Statistics

7
Last academic year-country of origin of the accepted students:
1
6
4
Last academic year-graduates job placement:
1
6
0
0
0
5

GRE and Other Tests

Yes
Not Required or Recommended
TOEFL

Letters of Recommendation

Yes
3

Other Admission Requirements

3.2
Yes

Financial Support

100
Tuition Waiver, Stipend, Research Assistantship, Teaching Assistantship, Department or University Scholarship, Other

Background Checks and Drug Screenings

We are not a participating PharmGrad program
We are not a participating PharmGrad program